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April 2017

Weather by the Seat of Your Pants

April 8 @ 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm
person crouched on a rocky beach watching the waves

Presented by John Huth SATURDAY, APRIL 8th  1:00 - 4:30  NANUQ KAYAKING  Portland, Maine You can improve your ability to read the weather through an understanding of the physical processes driving weather systems when coupled with observations. Although this shouldn't negate the need for prudence in checking NOAA radio etc, it can help you fine tune forecasts for local conditions and enhance the experience on the water. Admission is free. Seating is limited. Reservations liz@maineislandkayak.com. John Huth is Donner Professor…

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Bates College Geology of the Maine Coast by Sea Kayak

April 24 - May 26
Bates College geology students on Yarmouth Island

Maine Island Kayak Co will be guiding Bates College on this 5 week course along the coast of Maine.  

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Anglesey Sea Kayak Symposium

April 29 - May 5
SKUK Symposium

35th Consecutive Anglesey Sea Kayak Symposium Hosted by Nigel Dennis Join the annual event in Wales that gathers paddlers and instructors from all over the world. There is something for everybody, from beginners to advanced paddlers. The 2017 Anglesey Sea Kayak Symposium offers more courses than you can shake a paddle at: navigation, incident management, rolling and rescues, moving water, tidal races, crash and bash, kayak repair, forward paddling, choosing the right size paddle, lectures, slide shows, day trips, half-day…

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June 2017

NDK, Tiderace, and Rebel Demo Day

June 3 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
assessing hull design of Tiderace Kayaks

Come to Peaks Island for our Demo Day of Nigel Dennis Kayaks, Tiderace Kayaks and Greenland-style composite Rebel Kayaks. We'll have our full demo fleet on the beach, ready for test paddling. This is a great opportunity to learn more about the models and to experience the differences in fit and boat handling. Paddle to Peaks or take the ferry. Kayak Beach is about 200 feet North of the Casco Bay Lines ferry terminal on Peaks Island, which is to…

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